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How was your Halloween? A lot of people come to your house? Nat had a blast trick or treating with her cousins. Her pink wig from her Stephanie costume kept coming off, so I asked her..."Do you want to keep it on or off"...She responds with..."No daddy, I just want to be Natalie"...LMAO! Anyways, she never got tired, she could have went on for hours. Last year she was pretty tired after about 30 minutes. This year we were out for a good hour, her basket was pretty much filled to the top. We got home kind of late, but after her bath she was out cold within minutes. Is it me or are there WAY too many older kids out trick or treating. When I was growing up, I never saw any of the older kids doing it, the past few years I've seen quite a few older kids trick or treating. I guess they'll do whatever it takes to get some free candy.

The Steelers came through with yet another comeback victory last night. I was thinking the Steelers would blow the Ravens out, I was surprised when I turned the game on and the Ravens just kicked the FG to go up, late in the game. Big Ben showed a lot of poise, but what else is new, he just gets the job done when he needs to. Big win for the Steelers to stay a 1/2 game behind the Bengals.

I'm looking forward to the NBA season starting up tonight, also can't wait until tomorrow for the Pistons to lay the smack down on the 6'ers.

Enough about me, what's up with you? 22 days until Xbox 360 launch!

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# 1 Acid @ 11/01/05 09:15 AM
Leaving for school in a bit, I didn't get as sick as usual last night, but I did get a cold for most of the night, seems to be gone now.

Not a lot of people came to our house but my mom was the one passing out candy, I just judged on how many times I heard the doorbell ring.

Good to hear that Natalie had fun trick or treating.
 
# 2 ExtremeGamer @ 11/01/05 09:26 AM
No pimp's showed up at my house to get candy last night.. bummer!

Nothing much going on here, picking up Star Wars Ep 3, Battlefront 2, and Office Space today. Taking down the Halloween decorations and Thanksgiving one's go up.

I'm actually listening to Trans Siberian Orchestra today as well, We're under 2 months to Xmas, so I'm allowed! LOL
 
# 3 Shaver @ 11/01/05 09:47 AM
My kids loved Halloween as usual!

Am I the only one who had a disturbingly high volume of Trick-or-Treaters over the age of 14 yesterday? I bet 65% of our "customers" last night were High School age or beyond. How pathetic is that? I think my last year on the candy hunt was 11 or 12. Didn't you all have a better offer by 13? I just shook my head and laughed at these losers. Guess some people trick-or-treat...and other decide to touch a boob in High School...

NBA Season kicking off is a welcome arrival! The NBA season to me is a lot like dating in High School. When it first starts...it's hot and heavy and you want to see as much as possible. After about a month, you're like... "Oh...are you still here..." Then, come spring, you kind of get excited again because you know it's almost over. So it burns hot again through the playoffs. Then all of sudden it's gone again and you have to put your balls away.

I caught a rerun of "Two and a Half Men" last night on CBS. Call me cheesy...but that show is funny as hell.

The Lions get Roy Williams and Charles Rogers back this week. They should lay a whopping on a 'Pep-less Minnesota team just to get me excited again...only to pull the rug back out from under me against Arizona in two weeks. I hate being a Lions' fan!
 
# 4 ExtremeGamer @ 11/01/05 09:49 AM
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Originally Posted by Clay_OS
My kids loved Halloween as usual!

Am I the only one who had a disturbingly high volume of Trick-or-Treaters over the age of 14 yesterday? I bet 65% of our "customers" last night were High School age or beyond. How pathetic is that? I think my last year on the candy hunt was 11 or 12. Didn't you all have a better offer by 13? I just shook my head and laughed at these losers. Guess some people trick-or-treat...and other decide to touch a boob in High School...

NBA Season kicking off is a welcome arrival! The NBA season to me is a lot like dating in High School. When it first starts...it's hot and heavy and you want to see as much as possible. After about a month, you're like... "Oh...are you still here..." Then, come spring, you kind of get excited again because you know it's almost over. So it burns hot again through the playoffs. Then all of sudden it's gone again and you have to put your balls away.

I caught a rerun of "Two and a Half Men" last night on CBS. Call me cheesy...but that show is funny as hell.

The Lions get Roy Williams and Charles Rogers back this week. They should lay a whopping on a 'Pep-less Minnesota team just to get me excited again...only to pull the rug back out from under me against Arizona in two weeks. I hate being a Lions' fan!
I had a ton of kids over 16. Most of them didn't even dress up. I just kind of looked at them, like WTF are you doing? I asked several what they were, some of their answers were creative though. One was a stoner, imagine that. One was an inspector for the city making sure houses were giving out good candy. One was a out of body experience. At least they had good answers.
 
# 5 Steve_OS @ 11/01/05 10:26 AM
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Originally Posted by Acid
Not a lot of people came to our house but my mom was the one passing out candy, I just judged on how many times I heard the doorbell ring.
And I thought you were a non-lazy teenager.
 
# 6 Brandwin @ 11/01/05 10:26 AM
Halloween was fun. No Rain and she got a ton of candy. She was done after about an hour though, said her tummy hurt and she needed food in it.

We got something to eat, a bath and she went to bed.


I didnt really see any big kids out where I was. I did see a few though.
 
# 7 Steve_OS @ 11/01/05 10:27 AM
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Originally Posted by ExtremeGamer
No pimp's showed up at my house to get candy last night.. bummer!

Nothing much going on here, picking up Star Wars Ep 3, Battlefront 2, and Office Space today. Taking down the Halloween decorations and Thanksgiving one's go up.

I'm actually listening to Trans Siberian Orchestra today as well, We're under 2 months to Xmas, so I'm allowed! LOL
Bummer.

Jeez bro, do you buy every game that comes out?
 
# 8 cheddabob7502 @ 11/01/05 10:28 AM
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Originally Posted by ExtremeGamer
I had a ton of kids over 16. Most of them didn't even dress up. I just kind of looked at them, like WTF are you doing? I asked several what they were, some of their answers were creative though. One was a stoner, imagine that. One was an inspector for the city making sure houses were giving out good candy. One was a out of body experience. At least they had good answers.

well that goes to show you, you can always be a kid when you want. Its easy for them b/c they are still in school, but if you are older you better be with some family or kids of your own. Or you can be able to do REAL trick or treating at parties if you know what i mean.

Well last night was my worst halloween. I was suppose to go with my sister and her kids but they left before we got there. Then after we went with my chicks friend and to a church to see her brother too. But after that we went to get some dinner and a movie. HOUSE OF WAX.....you know i didn't expect much from that movie so i wasn't disappointed. It is very graphic but good for some odd reason. Paris Hilton actually looked good in the movie. If she would gain about 15-20 pounds she would have a better body then she does now. But anyway i completely forgot about the game until i checked up on my fantasy team.

Well a few weeks till 360, im so hyped i have $318 left on my preorder and don't get me wrong i already paid like 250 or more, idk i need to check but thats it, i prolly pay it off in the next couple of weeks. I am glad to see that everyone had a good halloween and Clay i like your analogy on NBA and yes you nailed it on the head.
 
# 9 ExtremeGamer @ 11/01/05 10:29 AM
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Originally Posted by Steve_OS
Bummer.

Jeez bro, do you buy every game that comes out?
LOL, no I passed on Barbie's Bike Challenge a few week's back. It was tempting, but no online play.
 
# 10 Steve_OS @ 11/01/05 10:29 AM
Quote:
Originally Posted by Clay_OS
My kids loved Halloween as usual!

Am I the only one who had a disturbingly high volume of Trick-or-Treaters over the age of 14 yesterday? I bet 65% of our "customers" last night were High School age or beyond. How pathetic is that? I think my last year on the candy hunt was 11 or 12. Didn't you all have a better offer by 13? I just shook my head and laughed at these losers. Guess some people trick-or-treat...and other decide to touch a boob in High School...

NBA Season kicking off is a welcome arrival! The NBA season to me is a lot like dating in High School. When it first starts...it's hot and heavy and you want to see as much as possible. After about a month, you're like... "Oh...are you still here..." Then, come spring, you kind of get excited again because you know it's almost over. So it burns hot again through the playoffs. Then all of sudden it's gone again and you have to put your balls away.

I caught a rerun of "Two and a Half Men" last night on CBS. Call me cheesy...but that show is funny as hell.

The Lions get Roy Williams and Charles Rogers back this week. They should lay a whopping on a 'Pep-less Minnesota team just to get me excited again...only to pull the rug back out from under me against Arizona in two weeks. I hate being a Lions' fan!
LOL, that's what I was saying. I think I saw more high schoolers out trick or treating than I saw actual kids!

Good description of the NBA season bro!

Never saw that movie, imagine that.

LOL, c'mon bro. You know ole' Brad Johnson is going to make you sick.
 
# 11 Steve_OS @ 11/01/05 10:30 AM
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Originally Posted by DookieMowf
Halloween was fun. No Rain and she got a ton of candy. She was done after about an hour though, said her tummy hurt and she needed food in it.

We got something to eat, a bath and she went to bed.


I didnt really see any big kids out where I was. I did see a few though.

Glad you and your daughter had a great time!
 
# 12 Steve_OS @ 11/01/05 10:32 AM
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Originally Posted by ExtremeGamer
I had a ton of kids over 16. Most of them didn't even dress up. I just kind of looked at them, like WTF are you doing? I asked several what they were, some of their answers were creative though. One was a stoner, imagine that. One was an inspector for the city making sure houses were giving out good candy. One was a out of body experience. At least they had good answers.


I saw one last night in a redskin uni, my stepson yelled at him..."36-0!"...
 
# 13 forensicd @ 11/01/05 10:34 AM
My little boy loved halloween. Only 1 1/2, but had a blast handing out candy as well as going door to door. There were alot of older kids out, well over 15-16 years old. One had to be over 18 and dressed as daisy duke. Very hard not to stare, but wife was next to me. Overall a great night capped off by a great football game. What more can I ask for?
 
# 14 Steve_OS @ 11/01/05 10:36 AM
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Originally Posted by ExtremeGamer
LOL, no I passed on Barbie's Bike Challenge a few week's back. It was tempting, but no online play.
Shocker!
 
# 15 Steve_OS @ 11/01/05 10:37 AM
Quote:
Originally Posted by forensicd
My little boy loved halloween. Only 1 1/2, but had a blast handing out candy as well as going door to door. There were alot of older kids out, well over 15-16 years old. One had to be over 18 and dressed as daisy duke. Very hard not to stare, but wife was next to me. Overall a great night capped off by a great football game. What more can I ask for?
Glad you had a great time bro.
 
# 16 ExtremeGamer @ 11/01/05 10:37 AM
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Originally Posted by Steve_OS
LOL, that's what I was saying. I think I saw more high schoolers out trick or treating than I saw actual kids!

Good description of the NBA season bro!

Never saw that movie, imagine that.

LOL, c'mon bro. You know ole' Brad Johnson is going to make you sick.
"Two and a Half Men" is a TV show!!! It's on CBS! Come on Steve!!

Oh, and I had a guy dressed as Tim Couch, I told him don't fumble the candy or throw it to the wrong team. He just looked at me, so I said, ok, then at least don't lose your girlfriend to Cade McNown.
 
# 17 Steve_OS @ 11/01/05 10:40 AM
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Originally Posted by ExtremeGamer
"Two and a Half Men" is a TV show!!! It's on CBS! Come on Steve!!

Oh, and I had a guy dressed as Tim Couch, I told him don't fumble the candy or throw it to the wrong team. He just looked at me, so I said, ok, then at least don't lose your girlfriend to Cade McNown.
HAH...Never heard of it, what can I say!

LMAO! Maybe it actually WAS Tim Couch!
 
# 18 ExtremeGamer @ 11/01/05 10:40 AM
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Originally Posted by Steve_OS


I saw one last night in a redskin uni, my stepson yelled at him..."36-0!"...
Did he yell back, Santana Moss!
 
# 19 ExtremeGamer @ 11/01/05 10:41 AM
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Originally Posted by Steve_OS
HAH...Never heard of it, what can I say!

LMAO! Maybe it actually WAS Tim Couch!
You know, it could have been! Not like he has anything else to do. See, if he was creative, he would have had a friend dress up as Akilli Smith, one as Ryan Leaf, and one as Cade McNown. Then they could have had a female blonde friend dress skanky (being Heather Kozar of course), and fight over her as they walk along.
 
# 20 Steve_OS @ 11/01/05 10:44 AM
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Originally Posted by ExtremeGamer
Did he yell back, Santana Moss!
 

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